Sitting east of the Las Vegas Strip, the city's Eastside neighborhood offers a wide array of dining options and cuisines. Opt for an Asian barbecue restaurant that brings Japanese and Korean tastes together. Taste short rib soup and Hibachi steak in a beautiful dining room. For a different international taste, visit a Spanish restaurant for tapas like stuffed mushrooms and dates, ceviche and eggplant with goat cheese. Or savor an udon noodle soup with specialty flavors at a specialty restaurant. Choose a Latin American fusion restaurant for Mexican, Peruvian and Salvadoran tastes. For some new American choices for breakfast or lunch, venture into a local cafe for fresh fruit preparations, avocado toast, or chicken and waffles. You'll find plenty of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options to fit your dietary needs.